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Gorokhovets - Гороховец

The boundary point on the eastern borders of the Vladimir-Suzdal principality was founded by the Grand Duke Andrei Bogolyubsky in 1168. It is mentioned in the Laurentian Chronicle in 1239 when it was first burned by the Tatars.

At the end of the fourteenth and the beginning of the fifteenth century, the town became a part of the Moscow Principality and was the center of Christianization of the surrounding lands. In 1539 the city was destroyed by the Kazan Tatars, a new attack of 1545 was repulsed. According to the legend of this period, when the enemies besieged Gorokhovets, an image of a huge warrior with a sword in his hands appeared over the mountain in the rays of the setting sun. The enemies retreated in panic, and the place from that time is called Puzhalovoy mountain.

In the XVII century, with the beginning of the Time of Troubles, Gorokhovets falls under the control of the Poles. From the Gorokhovets district, Prince Pozharsky went from his estate to Nizhny Novgorod to lead the second national militia of 1612.

In 1619 a roving detachment of Ukrainian Cossacks ("Circassians") captured Gorokhovets and burned city. This was the last attack the city suffered.

Пограничный пункт на восточных границах Владимиро-Суздальского княжества был основан великим князем Андреем Боголюбским в 1168. Упоминается в Лаврентьевской летописи под 1239 годом, когда его впервые сожгли татары.

В конце XIV — начале XV века вошёл в состав Московского княжества и был центром христианизации прилегающих земель. В 1539 город разрушен казанскими татарами, новое нападение 1545 года удалось отбить. Согласно легенде этого периода, когда враги осаждали Гороховец, над горой в лучах заходящего солнца появился образ огромного воина с мечом в руках. Враги в панике отступили, а место с той поры называется Пужаловой горой.

В XVII веке, с началом Смутного времени, Гороховец попадает под контроль поляков. С Гороховецкого уезда, из своей вотчины князь Пожарский отправился в Нижний Новгород чтобы возглавить второе народное ополчение 1612 года.

В 1619 году кочующий отряд украинских казаков («черкесов») захватил Гороховец и сожег городские укрепления и постройки. Это было последнее нападение которому подвергся город.
Steamship "Fast", 1912 - Gorokhovets of Vladimir Oblast, Russia, the town on the highway from Moscow to Nizhny Novgorod and Klyazma river.
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Gorokhovets of Vladimir Oblast, Russia, view from Klyazma.

The boundary point on the eastern borders of the Vladimir-Suzdal principality was founded by the Grand Duke Andrei Bogolyubsky in 1168. It is mentioned in the Laurentian Chronicle in 1239 when it was first burn... more

Factory on upper embarkment. Gorokhovets of Vladimir Oblast, Russia,

Upper Embankment. Factory of the Gorokhovets partnership. The boundary point on the eastern borders of the Vladimir-Suzdal principality was founded by the Grand Duke Andrei Bogolyubsky in 1168. It is mentioned... more

View from Klyazma river. Gorokhovets

The boundary point on the eastern borders of the Vladimir-Suzdal principality was founded by the Grand Duke Andrei Bogolyubsky in 1168. It is mentioned in the Laurentian Chronicle in 1239 when it was first burn... more

Gorokhovets - Blagoveshchenskaya street, view from the Zemstvo council

Blagoveshchenskaya street, view from the Zemstvo council. The boundary point on the eastern borders of the Vladimir-Suzdal principality was founded by the Grand Duke Andrei Bogolyubsky in 1168. It is mentioned... more

Blagoveshchenskaya square - Gorokhovets of Vladimir Oblast, Russia, the town on the highway from Moscow to Nizhny Novgorod and Klyazma river.

Blagoveshchenskaya square The boundary point on the eastern borders of the Vladimir-Suzdal principality was founded by the Grand Duke Andrei Bogolyubsky in 1168. It is mentioned in the Laurentian Chronicle in ... more

Gorokhovets of Vladimir Oblast - Bolshaya Blagoveshchenskaya

Bolshaya Blagoveshchenskaya st The boundary point on the eastern borders of the Vladimir-Suzdal principality was founded by the Grand Duke Andrei Bogolyubsky in 1168. It is mentioned in the Laurentian Chronicl... more

The river Klyazma. Gorokhovets Boiler and Shipbuilding Plant.

The river Klyazma. Gorokhovets Boiler and Shipbuilding Plant. Река Клязьма. Гороховецкий котельно-судостроительный завод.

Gorokhovets of Vladimir Oblast, Marketplace

The boundary point on the eastern borders of the Vladimir-Suzdal principality was founded by the Grand Duke Andrei Bogolyubsky in 1168. It is mentioned in the Laurentian Chronicle in 1239 when it was first burn... more

View of Grebensky hill - Gorokhovets of Vladimir Oblast, Russia, the town on the highway from Moscow to Nizhny Novgorod and Klyazma river.

View of Grebensky hill The boundary point on the eastern borders of the Vladimir-Suzdal principality was founded by the Grand Duke Andrei Bogolyubsky in 1168. It is mentioned in the Laurentian Chronicle in 123... more

Gorokhovets of Vladimir Oblast, Russia, Flood on Klyazma.

The boundary point on the eastern borders of the Vladimir-Suzdal principality was founded by the Grand Duke Andrei Bogolyubsky in 1168. It is mentioned in the Laurentian Chronicle in 1239 when it was first burn... more

The water fountain on Blagoveshchenskaya Street - Gorokhovets of Vladimir Oblast, Russia, the town on the highway from Moscow to Nizhny Novgorod and Klyazma river.

The water fountain on Blagoveshchenskaya Street Водоразборный фонтан на улице Благовещенской

Resurrection Church - Gorokhovets of Vladimir Oblast, Russia, the town on the highway from Moscow to Nizhny Novgorod and Klyazma river.

Resurrection Church The boundary point on the eastern borders of the Vladimir-Suzdal principality was founded by the Grand Duke Andrei Bogolyubsky in 1168. It is mentioned in the Laurentian Chronicle in 1239 w... more

Gorokhovets of Vladimir Oblast, Blagoveshchenskaya square

Blagoveshchenskaya square The boundary point on the eastern borders of the Vladimir-Suzdal principality was founded by the Grand Duke Andrei Bogolyubsky in 1168. It is mentioned in the Laurentian Chronicle in ... more

Gorokhovets of Vladimir Oblast - Wooden bridge across the Klyazma.

Wooden bridge across the Klyazma. Деревянный мост через Клязьму.

Church of the Resurrection of Christ and Sapozhkovskaya almshouse. - Gorokhovets of Vladimir Oblast

Church of the Resurrection of Christ and Sapozhkovskaya almshouse. The boundary point on the eastern borders of the Vladimir-Suzdal principality was founded by the Grand Duke Andrei Bogolyubsky in 1168. It is ... more

Znamensky nunnery - Gorokhovets of Vladimir Oblast, Russia, the town on the highway from Moscow to Nizhny Novgorod and Klyazma river.

Znamensky nunnery The boundary point on the eastern borders of the Vladimir-Suzdal principality was founded by the Grand Duke Andrei Bogolyubsky in 1168. It is mentioned in the Laurentian Chronicle in 1239 whe... more

Factory on Klyazma river bank. Gorokhovets of Vladimir Oblast, Russia,

The boundary point on the eastern borders of the Vladimir-Suzdal principality was founded by the Grand Duke Andrei Bogolyubsky in 1168. It is mentioned in the Laurentian Chronicle in 1239 when it was first burn... more

The world's largest oil barge Martha Posadnitsa. - Gorokhovets of Vladimir Oblast, Russia, the town on the highway from Moscow to Nizhny Novgorod and Klyazma river.

The world's largest oil barge Martha Posadnitsa. Крупнейшая в мире нефтеналивная баржа Марфа Посадница.

The Nikolaev Monastery - Gorokhovets of Vladimir Oblast, Russia, the town on the highway from Moscow to Nizhny Novgorod and Klyazma river.

The Nikolaev Monastery The boundary point on the eastern borders of the Vladimir-Suzdal principality was founded by the Grand Duke Andrei Bogolyubsky in 1168. It is mentioned in the Laurentian Chronicle in 123... more

Shorin Factory. In the foreground are scavengers for excavators. - Gorokhovets of Vladimir Oblast, Russia, the town on the highway from Moscow to Nizhny Novgorod and Klyazma river.

Shorin Factory. In the foreground are scavengers for excavators. Завод Шорина. На переднем плане шаланды для землечерпалок.

View of Gorokhovets of Vladimir Oblast, Russia

The boundary point on the eastern borders of the Vladimir-Suzdal principality was founded by the Grand Duke Andrei Bogolyubsky in 1168. It is mentioned in the Laurentian Chronicle in 1239 when it was first burn... more

Gorokhovets of Vladimir Oblast, Russia, view from the mountain

The boundary point on the eastern borders of the Vladimir-Suzdal principality was founded by the Grand Duke Andrei Bogolyubsky in 1168. It is mentioned in the Laurentian Chronicle in 1239 when it was first burn... more

Klyazma river flood. Gorokhovets of Vladimir Oblast, Russia

The boundary point on the eastern borders of the Vladimir-Suzdal principality was founded by the Grand Duke Andrei Bogolyubsky in 1168. It is mentioned in the Laurentian Chronicle in 1239 when it was first burn... more

Gorokhovets of Vladimir Oblast, Russia, view from the forest on the hill

The boundary point on the eastern borders of the Vladimir-Suzdal principality was founded by the Grand Duke Andrei Bogolyubsky in 1168. It is mentioned in the Laurentian Chronicle in 1239 when it was first burn... more

Semyon Semyonychev (owner of a shipyard and a cardboard factory) - Gorokhovets of Vladimir Oblast

Semyon Semyonychev (owner of a shipyard and a cardboard factory) Семён Иванович Семёнычев (владелец судостроительного завода и картонной фабрики)

Semyon Semyonychev - Gorokhovets of Vladimir Oblast, Russia, the town on the highway from Moscow to Nizhny Novgorod and Klyazma river.

Semyon Semyonychev (owner of a shipyard and a cardboard factory), 3rd from the right, standing. Семён Иванович Семёнычев (владелец судостроительного завода и картонной фабрики). 3-й справа, стоит.

A highway to the city. The second bridge. Gorokhovets of Vladimir Oblast, Russia, the town on the highway from Moscow to Nizhny Novgorod and Klyazma river.

A highway to the city. The second bridge. Шоссейная дорога в город. Второй мост.

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